Robert Barnes, aged 25, is a promising young actor who has witnessed an undeniably remarkable ascent in the entertainment industry as a serious actor, within a short span of time.
With a passion for acting at heart, Robert Barnes acquired his awe-strikingly natural acting skills from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2013-2014 for theatrical training. To refine his artistic abilities and stage performance, he continued his advanced studies in the field of acting from the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts.
At 9 years old, Camden Coley is a published author and accomplished performer. The young Baltimore native is a Sag Aftra member with credits spanning film, prime time television, national commercials and several music videos. Camden currently works as a regular on an animated series debuting on Netflix soon.
Adrain Washington is an award winning classically trained American actor with a commanding presence on screen, stage, and television. Recently he could be seen in Ntozake Shange’s “A Photograph: Lovers in Motion”, The Flea Theater’s revival of “Southern Promises” where he is also a resident artist and in the award winning “A Soldier’s Play” produced by The Negro Ensemble Company. Some of Adrain Washington’s film projects include "Reconquista", “Pride Fighter”, “Stud”,” Bred”, "The Drill", “American Gangster”, and Hard Luck.
Patrice Battey has trained at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and earned a BFA from Pace University. She has appeared in TV, film and theatre including the Lady In Blue in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf by the late Ntozake Shange
Arielle Landers (Latifah)
Arielle Landers is from South Florida, she is thankful to have worked with the cast and crew of The Blue Cave. Training: Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. Credits: Hamletmachine, Hairspray, Metamorphoses, Pounding Nails, 12 Angry Women, (Columbia University MFA) The Unseen, This Ain’t No Place and others.
Johanna Lugo is a Dominican-American actor, dancer and artist from the Bronx. She has performed at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College Contemporary Dance Concert and at the Tectonic Theatre Project Showcase taught by Andy Paris. Recent acting credits include Evil Lives Here (television), Dream No. 37,091 (short film), The Blue Cave (Short Film) and currently a lead for The Blue Labyrinth (feature film).
Ramsden Madeus is a second-generation Haitian American who was born on February 19th, 1996 in the capital of New Jersey, Trenton.
He has most recently appeared in short films Inheritance (2019), which won Best Drama at Marymount Manhattan College’s creative media showcase, as well as When Two Ends Meet (2019), which premiered at The Paley Center for Media.
Shawn Ledbetter, a Native of The Bronx, NY, discovered his excitement for the stage after hosting a ceremony at the age of 8 during summer camp. He pursued the arts by hosting and performing on stage using educational institutions as a canvas to explore his depth in acting. In 2015, he co-starred in the off-Broadway play “Rikers Island Psalm,” followed by Extra appearances in two feature films; “Good Time” and “The Week Of.”
Kevin Richard Best is a New York native who received his Bachelor of Arts, graduating from Hofstra University. Some of Kevin’s Film/TV credits include Danny’s House (Viceland), Interface (Web-series), and Our Love. His theater credits include One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (Synapse Theater), Trial of a Man Who Says the ‘N’ Word (Afrikan Women’s Repertory) and Stillness of July (Hudson Guild Theater).